The language barrier is a tough one. That is why I brought up using society's structured definition of the words. If you think morals come from god and I think ethics are some kind of shoe, we are going to go through a lot of wine before coming to no conclusion.
Sometimes I have to think by my native language what I would like to say in english, so yes. It sometimes is little limiting. But I am not whining, it is my decision to take part to these discussion and I enjoy them lot..
My problem is that I don't believe in any God/-s and I have been raised in Christian country where idea of moral is very strictly tied to the idea of Christian moral. I knew already when I was a child that Bible is fairytale, so I left the church as soon as I was able to do it. I studied lot of religious stuff before Church of Satan
, mostly Buddhism and Taoism. Also some Shamanism, Bible, Quoran and stuff.. I changed the term moral quite early to word ethic cause I didn't want to end up to protect my views only with religious terms. This habit I have kept my whole life. Like I said in earlier post 'I don't try to claim nothing exist, I just don't call it moral'.
Of course I admit that taking part to discussion about moral philosophy may have been mistake without using the correct term, cause most see these things through philosophical literature where the terminology has been performed very correctly..